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Type of Dental Crowns

Type of Dental Crowns

Within this blog we will be covering all the key points to know about types of dental crowns. This includes what they are, the various kinds of dental crowns, and the potential cost of dental crowns What Is A Dental Crown? In basic terms a dental crown is effectively a ‘tooth-shaped cap’ which is then…

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What is the dental crown procedure

What is the dental crown procedure?

Crowns are a widespread kind of restorative dentistry that involves placing a cap onto a tooth to protect it from decay or fracture. It is also used to hold a dental implant or bridge in place. Patients are often nervous upon hearing they need a crown but are much assured once they know what the…

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The dangers of having dental work done abroad

The hashtag #Turkeyteeth has become a popular way to show off one’s smile in the UK, but it seems that some people are unaware of potential risks involved. Hundreds of British dentists have treated patients with serious complications after travelling abroad for cheap crowns- and now a BBC documentary wants you know how dangerous this…

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types of dental crown

Types of dental crown

Dental crowns are masters at restoring the look and function of a damaged tooth so you can smile confidently again. A crown is effectively a ‘tooth-shaped cap’ which is purposefully placed over an area in order to resemble any existing teeth within the mouth and look realistic. The crown is cemented into position to guarantee…

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How much does a dental crown cost?

A dental crown is a ‘tooth-shaped’ cap which is strategically placed over the tooth in order to resemble existing teeth within the mouth and look natural. This crown is cemented into position to ensure it completely covers the existing tooth above the gum line. They are used to deal with different issues including covering an…

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